ALL members of the graduating class of the college and the Law School who desire the '94 Portfolio are requested to sign at once the blue-books either at Thurston's or the Cooperative. 28 tf
DANCING CLASS.- Mrs.L. J. Chandler's Dancing Class, Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Odd Fellows' Hall, Cambridgeport. Private lessons. Residence, cor. Main and Inman Sts. 1y
TYPEWRITING and stenography. Themes, theses, etc. 7 Brewer's Block, 3 tf
ANY senior who has not received his photograph list may obtain one by calling at Pach's Studio, or sending his address on a postal card.
H. WM. TUPPER, Manager.22 tf
W. E. STRATTON, teacher of Banjo, Guitar, and Mandolin at Phillips Andover Academy for the past seven years, desires to give instruction to Harvard students at their rooms. For further information inquire of M. E. Stone, Jr., 23 Hastings Hall, and G. H. Spalding, 860 Main street. 31 6t
A NUMBER of suitable students may obtain profitable employment during the April recess, or even to end of term, by applying to me from 10 to 12 or 1 to 2.30 today.
E. E. CAUTHORNE, 25 Holoyke street.PROGRAM for the first Kneisel concert on Wedne day evening, March 21: Haydn Quartet in G minor. Brahms Trio for piano, violin and violincello, in B major, Op. 8. Beethoven Quartet in C. Op. 59, No. 3. Mrs. Emil Paur will be the soloist. 30 2t